Southeast Coast

Playa des Caragol

  • Recommended anchorage
  • N, NE, E
  • 39°16'31.78"N - 3°2'36.44"E

Cabo de Ses Salines

  • Recommended anchorage
  • N, NW, W
  • 39°15'56.12"N - 3°3'11.49"E

Caló des Màrmols

  • Recommended anchorage
  • SW, W,NW,, N
  • 39°17'16.67"N - 3°5'30.57"E

Cala S’Almonia y Caló des Moro

  • Recommended anchorage
  • N, NW, W
  • 39°18'42.84"N - 3°7'20.44"E

Cala Llombards

  • Recommended anchorage
  • N, NW, W
  • 39°19'26.22"N - 3°8'20.48"E

Cala Santanyí

  • Recommended anchorage
  • N, NW, W
  • 39°19'55.67"N - 3°8'36.46"E

Cala Figuera de Santanyí

  • Recommended anchorage
  • N, NW, W
  • 39°19'50.36"N - 3°10'17.61"E

Cala Mondragó

  • Recommended anchorage
  • N, NW, W
  • 39°21'2.57"N - 3°11'23.09"E

Portocolom

  • Recommended anchorage
  • 39°25'25.71"N - 3°15'46.04"E

Cala Domingos

  • Recommended anchorage
  • SW, W, NW, N
  • 39°27'25.93"N - 3°16'41.5"E

Cala Varques

  • Recommended anchorage
  • SW, W, NW, N
  • 39°29'59.14"N - 3°17'45.35"E

Porto Cristo

  • Recommended anchorage
  • 39°32'21.01"N - 3°20'10.38"E

FROM PORTO CRISTO TO ES CARAGOL

Some of Mallorca’s most pristine beaches lie to the east, for instance Cala Sa Nau or Cala S’Almonia, which have earned the island its reputation as a heaven on earth. Portocolom is the largest natural harbour in the area, with all kinds of services for sailors, a genuine seafaring flavour and excellent restaurants. There are other, smaller harbours, such as Porto Cristo — a coastal town with the largest caves on the island, the Drach Caves — and Portopetro, where luxury hotels have been established that combine the pleasures of gastronomy with body worship. The headland of Cap de Ses Salines is the southernmost tip of the island and the closest point to the coast of Africa, and next to it the long sandy beach of playa de Es Caragol stretches out, unspoilt and reminiscent of the Caribbean

  • 01Cabo de Ses
    Salines

    Cabo
    de Ses Salines

    This is the southernmost tip of Mallorca, and the closest place to the African continent on the island. A completely virgin area, a flat landscape populated with savin junipers and brush. The coast is low here, and the only construction…

  • 02Cala
    Domingos

    Cala
    Domingos

    This cove is actually formed by two almost identical coves that share the same mouth, separated by a rocky salient. The larger one is known as Es Domingos Grans, and the smaller one as Es Domingos Petits or Cala Tropicana…

  • 03Cala Figuera de
    Santanyí

    Cala Figuera
    de Santanyí

    This inlet opens up between Cala Santanyí and Cabo des Moro, constituting an idyllic enclave. If the sea is calm and the wind favourable, you can anchor outside, on a level with the first hotel you will see on the…

  • 04Cala
    Llombards

    Cala
    Llombards

    Between Cala Santanyí and Cala S’Almonia lies this small beach, around which a tiny village has grown up. The cove, which is about 55 m long by 150 m wide, is delimited by rugged cliffs with the odd fishermen’s hut…

  • 05Cala Magraner,
    Cala Pilota y
    Cala Virgili

    Cala Magraner, Cala Pilota
    y Cala Virgili

    Three small adjoining coves which share the same mouth, surrounded by a pristine landscape. Cala Magraner is the largest, formed by the mouth of a torrent the last stretch of which turns into a tiny wetland; the beach, which is…

  • 06Cala
    Mondragó

    Cala
    Mondragó

    Transparent, turquoise waters, dunes, cliffs, small woods of pine and wild olive trees. This recreation of paradise has a name: Mondragó, a Natural Park and Special Protection Area for Birds. Almost 800 hectares that include the beaches of S’Amarador and…

  • 07Cala
    S’Almonia y
    Caló des Moro

    Cala S’Almonia
    y Caló des Moro

    S’Almonia is a place name that generally refers to both Es Maquer and S’Almonia, two coves sitting opposite one another that make up one of the most authentic beauty spots in Mallorca, and are close to a third cove, Es Caló…

  • 08Cala
    Sa
    Nau

    Cala
    Sa Nau

    This narrow cove lies south of Portocolom, and it is difficult to anchor here with a large vessel. To enjoy it the best idea is to drop anchor outside the shelter zone and enter the cove with the dinghy. The…

  • 09Cala
    Santanyí

    Cala
    Santanyí

    A deep cove with turquoise waters, frequented by surfers and divers too, due to the rich seabed and the presence of a small diving school. Very busy in summer, with huge tourist installations crowded around it. From the beach, which…

  • 10Cala
    Varques

    Cala
    Varques

    Cala Varques is made up of two small beaches and unspoilt scenery. It is difficult for larger boats to anchor in the cove itself, although they can do so outside the shelter zone – if the sea is calm and…

  • 11Caló des
    Màrmols

    Caló
    des Màrmols

    The name of this very sheltered cove comes from the marbled whiteness of its sand and the stones around it. The beach is peaceful, unspoilt, set between cliffs standing about 20 m high. From this anchorage one can appreciate a lovely…

  • 12Playa des
    Caragol

    Playa
    des Caragol

    A huge stretch of sand close to the Ses Salines headland, 500 metres long by 60 m deep. Access by land involves a fairly long walk, so this is a place frequented by sailors looking for peace and quiet, in…

  • 13Porto
    Cristo

    Porto
    Cristo

    Portocristo is the natural harbour in the Manacor municipality, a summer haunt very popular with islanders. The marina is managed by the Club Náutico Portocristo, for boats of up to 20 m in length. Next to it there is a…

  • 14Portocolom

    Portocolom

    This enormous natural harbour with moorings and services for sailors managed by the Club Náutico Portocolom (for vessels up to 20 m in length), is one of Mallorca’s most delightful beauty spots. On land, preferably in the evening, it is…

  • 15Portopetro

    Portopetro

    This inlet forms a sheltered natural harbour, lying between Cala d’Or and Mondragó, closed off by Punta de Sa Torre and Es Frontet. The marina berths are managed by the Real Club Náutico Portopetro, for boats up to 20 m…